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TX governor Rick Perry in 2012?

He hasn’t jumped in, yet.  His name’s being tossed around quite a bit, though.

What do you think?

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May 26, 2011 - Posted by | Rick Perry, Texas

5 Comments »

  1. I think Rick Perry would make an awesome President. He’s pro-America, fiscally conservative, pro life, pro business, anti illegal immigration, and he’s not bad to look at either! (But I digress)… 🙂
    The man is dignified and I’m pretty certain we wouldn’t see him hanging out with Communists and terrorists, bowing to dictators, riding a girl’s bike in public, speaking with a fake Irish brogue, or cr@pping all over our allies.
    Would love to see Perry jump in.

    Comment by Kanaka Girl | May 26, 2011

  2. I don’t know Perry that well, besides his sex appeal – you kanaka – what I have heard is positive. Certainly better than most of the current list. I also really like Thaddeus McCotter from Detroit who is considering. Kanaka Girl makes a good point though, ever since the Kennedy/Nixon debate in 1960, ‘looks’ unfortunately, make a big difference. As I’m sure you know, those who heard Nixon on radio overwhelmingly thought he won the debate. Those who saw it on TV thought Kennedy won. And so it goes…

    Comment by Im_bonafide | May 26, 2011

  3. I would never cast a vote based on looks – I was merely stating the obvious.
    That said, the fact that Perry is good looking and quite dignified certainly is a plus. You would never see him doing the “demented gerbil trot” down the steps of Airforce One like Obama does. I’m embarassed at the way Obama presents himself around the world. He has no respect for the office and it’s obvious to everyone. At this point, I would vote for Jabba The Hutt if he was running against Obama.

    Comment by Kanaka Girl | May 26, 2011

  4. At this point, I would vote for Jabba The Hutt if he was running against Obama.

    Me too KG!

    Comment by tnjack | May 27, 2011

  5. Yoda would be my choice. But, I digress.
    I’m still looking at Herman Cain as the viable candidate for 2012 for us. He would demolish Ovimit in a debate, hands down. He has a conservative, truly conservative, message. Not phony like Ovimit in the closing days of his campaign in 2008. Herman has been conservative all along. Listen whey y’all get the chance. Impressive.
    Cain/Bachman would be a hot ticket.

    Comment by J.Guidry | May 27, 2011


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